Of course the days leading up to the draft are fi

first_imgOf course, the days leading up to the draft are filled with misinformation and smoke screens, so true evaluations of each player are nearly impossible to come by or trust.That said, with the Cardinals slated to pick 13th overall and many believing they will look to address the quarterback position in that spot, it makes sense to take a look at the viable prospects in a side-by-side comparison. 2016:3,748 yards, 30 TD, 6 INT2016:4,593 yards, 41 TD, 17 INT2016:2,925 yards, 26 TD, 9 INT2016:5,052 yards, 41 TD, 10 INT2016:4,295 yards, 27 TD, 12 INT While no one is quite sure of who the best quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft is, there does seem to be a consensus regarding which of the passers could be chosen in the first round.Most analysts and experts agree that if a passer is to be chosen among the first 32 selections, it will be one or more of Deshaun Watson, Mitchell Trubisky, DeShone Kizer, Patrick Mahomes and Davis Webb.In fact, a look at some mock drafts shows the Cardinals linked to Mahomes the most, with Watson a close second. Trubisky and Kizer are also mentioned, albeit not as often. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 6-foot-2, 222 lbs.6-foot-2, 221 lbs.6-foot-4, 233 lbs.6-foot-2, 225 lbs.6-foot-5, 229 lbs. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Cardinals interest? MaybeCardinals interest? YesCardinals interest? YesCardinals interest? YesCardinals interest? Unknown Comments   Share   Mitchell TrubiskyNorth CarolinaDeshaun WatsonClemsonDeShone KizerNotre DamePatrick MahomesTexas TechDavis WebbCalifornia Career:4,762 yards, 41 TD, 10 INTCareer:10,168 yards, 90 TD, 32 INTCareer:5,805 yards, 47 TD, 19 INTCareer:11,252 yards, 93 TD, 29 INTCareer:9,852 yards, 83 TD, 34 INT The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 4.67 40-yard dash4.66 40-yard dash4.83 40-yard dash4.80 40-yard dash4.79 40-yard dash NFL.com comparison:Matthew StaffordNFL.com comparison:Marcus MariotaNFL.com comparison:Steve McNairNFL.com comparison:Jay CutlerNFL.com comparison:Brock Osweilerlast_img read more

These Rutgers MBA Students are Trying to Get Millennials Back Into Bread

first_img Last Updated Jan 24, 2018 by Jonathan PfefferFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail regions: New York City RelatedRutgers Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement AwardRutgers Business School Supply Chain Management Professor Don Klock was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Procurement Leaders Global Awards. Klock was awarded by the Procurement Leaders Advisory Board for his time spent as long time proponent of procurement and a leader of the growth of the…June 2, 2014In “Featured Home”Rutgers Business School Names New DeanRutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick has appointed Dr. Lei Lei as dean of the school. Dr. Lei will begin her role in the position Jan. 1, 2015. Lei follows Glenn Shafer who has led RBS as dean since 2011. A combination of Dr. Lei’s accomplishments as an academic leader,…November 12, 2014In “Featured Home”US News Ranks Rutgers in Top 50 MBA ProgramsU.S. New & World Report recently named the Rutgers Business School one of the top 50 MBA programs in the US. Both the full-time and part-time programs received this honor. Rutgers also snagged Bloomberg Businessweek’s number one spot in MBA employment in the U.S., which makes sense given that Rutgers has…June 2, 2017In “Featured Region” About the AuthorJonathan PfefferJonathan Pfeffer joined the Clear Admit and MetroMBA teams in 2015 after spending several years as an arts/culture writer, editor, and radio producer. In addition to his role as contributing writer at MetroMBA and contributing editor at Clear Admit, he is co-founder and lead producer of the Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast. He holds a BA in Film/Video, Ethnomusicology, and Media Studies from Oberlin College.View more posts by Jonathan Pfeffer center_img These Rutgers MBA Students are Trying to Get Millennials Back Into Bread Ah, millennials, the capital death swarm destroying unlovable chain restaurants, housing, napkins, beer, golf, diamonds, the banking industry, and Sears, among other things, has moved onto the bread industry like a blind cavalcade of killer bees. Allegedly.To combat the ceaseless destruction of our much beloved … bread … MBA students at the Rutgers Business School recently helped out local company Hudson Bread , a North Bergen artisanal bakery, to raise brand awareness among the demographic.Hudson Bread collaborated with Dean Lei Lei and Assistant Professors of Professional Practice Erich Toncre and Marc Kalan to “organize a competition that would challenge students to create a branding strategy” for the company, which “captured the essence of the company, from its ownership to the quality of its ingredients,” according to Hudson Bread’s VP of operations Ray Million. Rutgers marketing and supply chain major Kristen Tse, along with Brian Lilien, Alyssa Nungra and Akshay Patel, took home the $6,000 grand prize for a campaign strategy that would “refresh the company’s social media accounts and use Google Adwords to make its digital marketing more effective,” while calling on Hudson Bread to “play up its organic qualities.”RBS winners Akshay Patel, Alyssa Nungra, Brian Lilien and Kristen Tse/Photo via RutgersToncre explains, “[Students] have a great opportunity to apply what they learned in the classroom in developing a marketing campaign to increase the brand awareness and engagement for a “real life” client and see the results in “real time.”Hudson Bread president Mark Kolodziej writes, “There are a lot of agencies we could have hired, but we wanted something unique.”last_img read more